Darth Reed

Now that I have a place to put my quasi-technical babble over at MSDN, the space is reserved for me to spew my political bile and enjoy all things sci-fi. Heh.

Thursday, May 31, 2007

It's like a... giant margarita parasol?

The real question is, once we put up our sulfuric umbrella (assuming that no unforeseen consequences result, like acid rain), what do we do when the sun's current fever goes into remission? Russia knows how to prevent global warming - (RIA Novosti) may seem like a good idea to the greenies out there, but... I for one don't want a cloud of noxious, human-created gas floating around over my head. Let's limit that to Massachusetts and Washington, DC, please.

Strike four! You're out.

Griffins may become an endangered species.

Although the Houston Comical author tried to spin this sideways, NASA chief doubts urgency of global warming (Chron.com), I'm cheering for Michael Griffin. If I get elected next year, I'll do my best to see that he keeps his yob!

In unrelated news, I find it fascinating that cosmologists who study the destruction of entire galaxies due to "natural processes" cannot maintain sufficient scientific detachment to consider that we humans couldn't produce enough energy tomorrow to reverse a truly global trend if we wanted to...

If the ecoterrorists promise to stay on the coast, I humbly suggest that we all pitch in a melt a few more ice caps, eh? If Algore is right, another couple degrees will mean that Fort Reed will soon be ocean front property! w00t!!

Strike back!